Michelin-starred Yauatcha, in the heart of Soho, is an informal dining dim sum teahouse offering an all day grazing experience by providing modern authentic dim sum, petit gateaux and teas at exceptional quality and value.

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Typical meal price: From £26.00 (USD39.15) per diner

£26 to £40

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96% customer satisfaction rate

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15-17 Broaddwick Street
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Yelp Reviews

4 out of 5 based on 322 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Yauatcha

4.0 out of 5 28 November 2015
by Lov E.

Excellent Chinese food! Highly recommend making a reservation otherwise you do wait a long time to get seated. In our case, we were seated at the bar.

Service was excellent- especially for such a busy restaurant.

Food was fantastic- loved everything! Thai chicken dish, pork buns, chicken corn soup and the mushroom truffle egg rolls were stand outs!

Will definitely go back. One star penalty...more

5.0 out of 5 27 November 2015
by Karen N.

I was a bit apprehensive to dine here after reading mixed reviews from Yelpers especially about whether it was deserving of its Michelin status. After one of the best Asian cuisine dining experiences I've had in London to date, it's a must!

For the folks who want to try Yauatcha / those who might've been and didn't rate it all too highly - this is for you!

I don't ever post to sway your...more

5.0 out of 5 21 November 2015
by Lauren S.

By a happy accident, I ended up here on my last night in London. After trying a place close by with an insane wait, my group was fortunate to stumble upon a free table at exactly the right time.

Usually when I think of dim sim, I think of carts coming by or offering delicious, but often unsophisticated looking dumplings and buns. Yauatcha is a dim sum restaurant that made me feel like a...more

4.0 out of 5 5 November 2015
by Virginia T.

Imagine you're at dim sum with five other friends and you order two steamers of prawn shu mai. You all take a piece and there are two left. Who are the lucky two that get seconds?? Everyone is being all fake polite so no one claims them initially as you are secretly eyeing the dumplings, willing someone to just give up already in favour of those with hungrier stomachs (aka you). Hey, no...more

2.0 out of 5 13 September 2015
by Rita Y.

Walking into the lounge, you're greeted with a lines and lines of beautiful desserts.

You think: What kind of dim sum place this is? And you're ushered downstairs to a star lit dim room.

Yauatcha is more a fusion sort of dim sum. Everything we had was typical chinese dim sum but they were just presented so clean and tasted mediocre. My parents remarked that we could get better dim sum for...more

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